Microsoft is considering adding a new “Developer News” feed to Visual Studio


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Microsoft is experimenting with bringing back the Developer News feed within Visual Studio, where it was last seen in VS 2017, in response to years of developer feedback.

Some developers pleaded for its return on the Developer Community feedback/feature request website when it vanished in VS 2019 and was replaced by the VS installer app. The news window can be easily brought back if developers choose to hide it.

In addition to the default Visual Studio feed, it can be customized, allowing developers to select feeds for.NET, Azure cloud, various programming languages, and other topics.

Read More: Microsoft Eyes New ‘Developer News’ Feed in Visual Studio, Last Seen in VS 2017

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